My friend likes to spell doesn't doesent, wasn't wasent, didn't dident. This drives me insane because she corrects other peoples spelling and grammar.
She justifies it by saying that she spells it like it is pronounced.
So, the following would be a correct sentence: I do not like kemistree, I prefur fizziks insted.
Diane... you just broke my brain.... I hope you are happy now.
Brain-breakage: it's why we have spelling!
Anyway, by her logic, she should be spelling them: duzzent, wozzent, and diddent, surely? The way she is spelling them ought to be pronounced : tow-zent, way-zent, and dye-dent...
[At least by the 'rule' we learned, that adding an "e" after a single letter turns the letter sound into the letter name ('ah' to 'ay', etc)].